Warren Backs Away From Sanders Sexism Claims

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Obama reportedly said that Sanders is both temperamentally and politically unfit to beat Trump, while worrying that Sanders' political proposals, which include large tax increases, free college tuition and massive student debt forgiveness, might alienate traditional Democratic voters. "I mean, this is not the kind of rhetoric that we need right now, when we are trying to bring the Democratic Party together to defeat the most unsafe president in American history".

From the start of his third presidential bid, electability has been a key component of Biden's argument to voters, with him saying he could bring the country together and win back disillusioned Democrats who left the party in 2016.

"I criticized Warren and Sanders in 2017 for trying to appeal to Trump for racism in the economy and poverty".

As impeachment continues, and Biden and his son continue to be mentioned by Trump and his GOP allies, Sanders looks to be the one benefiting the most, despite being off the campaign trail.

"It is absolutely not my view that Joe is corrupt in any way".

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"Basically today workers in Vermont remain slaves in many ways", said Sanders in another interview in 1977, in which he compared the booming service industry in the nearly all-white state.to the enslavement of African Americans when the nation was founded.

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Clinton also criticised the senator's "leadership team" and "prominent supporters ... his online Bernie bros and their relentless attacks on lots of his competitors, particularly the women". "The problem arises when we end up with a whole state of people trained to wait for others". "So our job right now is to come together.We've got ten days left, ten days (until the Iowa caucuses on February 3)". It's winning in New Hampshire, doing everything we can.

"I know she said that nobody likes me, right?"

The Iowa rally - in the home city of the University of Iowa - was held one day after Sanders faced backlash from many Democrats after tweeting support for controversial podcast host Joe Rogan.

Sanders was also asked if he had spoken to Clinton recently, to which he replied, "It's been a long time".

His campaign had initially chosen not to react Clinton's comments to The Hollywood Reporter, instead redirecting attention to the impeachment.

"Today, I focus on a monumental moment in American history: the Donald Trump dismissal trial. Together, we are going to go forward and defeat the most risky president in American history" Sanders said in a statement released Tuesday.

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